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As we were only for a few hours in Dresden we thought it would be a good idea to make a quick tour inside the bus. We thought a little “wow” when we found out that it would cost 20 EUR, but when we started...More
Please be aware when you buy the tickets. Although they say that all buses have translation into English, it is not true. Then, when hop off you will have to wait to the next one with English translation. On the other hand, the behavior of...More
This company, which is listed again here on Tripadvisor without the GmbH at the end, promotes itself both online and in person as having English and a number of other languages available in their buses. As is standard with hop-on hop-off tours the translations are...More
Before we came to Dresden we were unsure about what to do, we bought a ticket for the hop on hop off 1.5 hour bus tour for 2 days which includes a walking tour of the Zwinger and procession of princes. As we were the...More
It was $22 euros per person. Well worth your time and money. It lasts almost 2 hours. You can see the main sites in Dresden and the outskirts of the city. End of September was very cold, bring a jacket.
We had one day in Dresden and wanted an overview. The bus ride was 90 minutes. It was a bumpy ride. The guide talked and joked over the recording so we could not hear the translation to English. Would not do it again.
My ticket included a ride on a steam ship. I boarded the ship at 10 am. My cruise portion ended by the Blue Wonder Bridge. I walked across the bridge to the Bergbahn(ride up a mountain) After this ended I hoped back on the bus...More
The Stadtrundfahrt tour is excellent if you can understand German. The commentary which comes over the loud speaker in the bus is in German and it is very loud! I tried to listen to the English commentary through the headphones, but it was very difficult...More
While in Dresden, we took the Stadtrundfarht tour. The tour is offered in German with headphones and a recording in various other languages. It provided an overview of many of the highlights of the city. The nice thing about the tour is that you could...More
The man at the 6th stop who sold the tickets had limited understanding of English despite being able to speak a little of it. He also seemed annoyed if you could not speak German (but there's a lot of that in Dresden as Russian is...More